Lovely 2 Bed home swap in Prague, Czech Republic
Stunning white Rococo pillars line the magnificent entrance to this Art Deco apartment house, built in the early part of last century, overlooking the National Museum and the State Opera House. One flight of stairs takes you to this beautiful, spacious apartment, which, although fully renovated, maintains its traditional feel and is furnished in a tasteful mixture of traditional antique and modern furniture. 2 large double bedrooms, full kitchen with all modern appliances, large bathroom with shower, wc and bidet, separate wc with handbasin. Lounge with large arched windows and a panoramic view of Prague and its pink and golden sunsets. This apartment is surrounded by sightseeing, dining, shopping, entertainment & transport opportunities. Located just off the top of Wenceslas Square, with the main railway station just 2 minutes walk. Direct tram and metro connections to all of Prague within 2 minutes walk from front door.
This beautiful, traditional Czech apartment is located in a quiet area, 5 minutes walk from Wenceslas Square, 10 minutes walk from the Old Town. Close to trams and metros with easy access to Charles Bridge and the castle. But also on the edge of Kralovsky Vinohrady (literally translates as Royal Vineyards), with its beautiful tree-lined streets, amazing architecture and parks. You'll find an abundance of great bars, night clubs and excellent food at a wide range of international and Czech restaurants (most of these much cheaper than in the more touristy areas).
Music and Culture Lovers
The magnificent Statni (National) Opera building is just across the road, here you can see world class opera for £15 to £30 a ticket! But book in advance because this is a treat NOT TO BE MISSED!
Jazz and Blues clubs are also just a few minutes walk away.
Wenceslas Square in Prague is a vibrant area of hotels, apartments, restaurants, bars and clubs. There are also banks and an array of local and international shops. This is the nightlife and entertainment centre of Prague, and Prague's main shopping district begins here.
Wenceslas Square (Václavské nám?stí) is one of the two main squares in Prague, so is a popular place for visitors to stay (the Old Town Square is the other square, just 5 minutes walk away).
Wenceslas Square lies at the heart of the New Town (Nové M?sto) - the word new is misleading though, as the area was actually laid out in 1348 by Charles IV.
While there is plenty of history in this part of town for the visitor to immerse themselves in, it is also easy from here to walk anywhere in the city centre, to visit all of the Prague sights and attractions.
Wenceslas Square is really a boulevard, measuring 750m long by 60m wide. It was originally laid out as the Prague horse market 650 years ago.
Ever since it has been a parade ground for all kinds of organisations and political parties. From anti-communist uprisings to celebrations of national sporting achievements, Wenceslas Square is where the Czechs come to let off steam. It can hold up to 400,000 people!
Type of home swap
- Home Exchange
- Housesitting Offered
- Non Simultaneous Exchange
- Rental Offered
Conditions of home exchange
- Non smokers only
- Children welcome